Peter Landsman started Lift Blog in 2015 after years of documenting ski lifts around the United States. He learned to ski at age four at Snoqualmie Pass and Crystal Mountain near Seattle. Even at that age, he was as interested in the ride up as much as skiing down. After high school, he attended Colby College in Waterville, Maine, earning a B.A. in Government in 2012. While there, he made sure to ski as many areas as possible in Maine and New Hampshire. After graduation, he headed back west to Wyoming to work in the lift operations department at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. He supervises lift crews and skis 130+ days a year, travelling as much as possible to other resorts with interesting lifts. Feel free to get in touch at Peter@liftblog.com. You can also follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Disclosure: while I am an employee of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, this blog is an independent project and all opinions expressed are my own.